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We were there for Sunday night meal and booked as missed out on the Saturday night due to not having a booking. I had the Pork Belly which was delicious and perfectly paired with the apple and arancini. Thoroughly recommend. Friendly service, prompt meals. Beautiful building and restaurant.
We stayed for 2 nights in a garden suite, it was absolutely beautiful. The Room was lovely, very comfortable bed and a lovely bathroom with Ashley and Co toiletries, very nice. The on-site Restaurant for dinner and for Brunch was outstanding. The Food was excellent, the service nice and friendly, great atmosphere. Reception was disappointing, polite but not welcoming. On the day we checked out we asked to see the summery/receipts and were told that we did sign for it, (we didn’t question the amount just wanted to see the different items). The receptionist said she could email it to us, but we never received anything. Lovely little town would certainly go back.
Beautiful, historic hotel!
This place doesn't disappoint - firstly, the location is fantastic. It's right on Martinborough Square so in walking distance of everything you can do in Martinborough. It's a really historic hotel - it dates back to 1882 and it is kept in amazing condition. They've kept its vintage look and feel, but it's well-looked after. The rooms are done with beautiful, quirky colours and furnishings. There is a restaurant within the hotel called Union Square Bistro, and it's delicious! We had an amazing sticky toffee pudding there for dessert, and brunch! There's also a lovely little library reading nook with a fire that goes all day. My one small thing is that the bed was smallish but that was just our room, so I can't speak for the whole hotel.
Beautiful heritage building with all the comforts
We stayed a single night recently in the gorgeous "Barton" garden suite. These suites are located to the rear of the hotel in a very peaceful and pretty garden. It was an excellent choice due to the fact that there is direct access from the car park along a pathway to the suites allowing for easy luggage moving (no stairs). The suite was beautifully decorated, super comfortable with a luxurious bed, armchairs and an occasional table. It was a really nice space to relax in and enjoy the sun and garden views. The toiletries were lovely quality and are of the environmentally friendly variety not the single use plastic nightmares. On arrival we were made to feel very welcome and valued - we were early for check in but the manager assured us our room was nearly ready, and then went to check personally, finding that only the vacuuming needed to be done to finish the room ready for us - she then went and spoke to the cleaner who was vacuuming another room to ask her to leave that and do ours so that we may have the room at the soonest opportunity. I was very impressed by both that, and the way she thanked the staff member who was cleaning, for doing this. I also thanked the cleaner when I bumped into her later and got a beaming smile and a "no problem!" Sure signs that a business is doing things right. There is a charming little library nook off from reception with a nice cosy fire and armchairs that just beg to be sat and relaxed in too. Everything was beautifully styled and in great condition. I would return in a heartbeat and book the exact same room! Also had a great meal in the Union Square Bistro (part of the hotel) - see separate review.
A lovely romantic night
We stayed here on the way back from the wings over wire wrapper airshow and were not disappointed. Our room was immaculate and beautifully decorated in floral print curtains. The bed was one of the most comfortable I’ve slept in and the compact bathroom had everything you need in a stylish black and white colour scheme. Even the array of tea and coffee provided was imaginative and we had little biscuits as a welcome gift. When we checked in they advised us to book for dinner which was good and we had a very nice meal in the downstairs restaurant. After dinner we went into the courtyard garden and played a game of petanque which was hilarious Each room is named after a local historic resident and ours was Pharazyn. There was a balcony with comfortable chairs where we enjoyed our breakfast coffee before leaving. Overall the hotel is beautiful but visually it was marred by the staircase up to the bedrooms where the carpet was seriously worn and looks very scruffy compared with all of the rest of the furniture. I am surprised they had not noticed this and replaced it already
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